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Appendicocecal Fistula – A Rare Complication of Appendicitis

By Sajad Ahmad Salati, Ajaz Ahmad Rather, Nazir Ahmad Lone and Adil Rashid


Fistulisation of appendix to other organs or to the exterior through abdominal wall is a rare complication of appendicitis. We present one such rare case of appendicocecal fistula due to appendicitis in a patient initially managed conservatively for appendicular lum

Topics: Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences
Publisher: BS Kakkilaya
Year: 2011
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